Yard, facing East. A man in clerical robe and surplice and three scholars in formal dress and surplices are in the right foreground. Two men talk in the left foreground, one in red clerical robe and surplice. Two boys can be seen at the top of the stairs up School.
Three-quarters length portrait of Vincent facing to the left of the portrait, seated wearing a black silk cassock; he sits on a Gainsborough chair covered in red with fluted arms; his right hand sits in his pocket, his left on the chair arm; a medallion, the Order of the Bath, hangs from a red ribbon round his neck; in the bottom-right of the picture is a globe; on the left is an open Bible and a scroll, upon which the name of the artist and the date 1811 are written.
Half-length portrait of Vincent turned to the left; he is seated; he wears a black silk cassock; a medallion hangs from a red ribbon round his neck [badge of the Order of the Bath]. Inscribed: 'Wm. Vincent D.D. 1788-1802).
Three-quarters length portrait of Rutherford seated on a wooden chair with red cushion; he wears black cassock and white collar; he faces to the left of the picture; his right hand supports his head in an upright position; his left hand holds a book on his knee; to the left there is a table with a quill, book and inkwell. Inscribed with signature and the date of 1903. Attributed to William Robert Symonds (1849-1923) [Sotheby's] or J. Seymour Lucas R.A. (1849-1923) [School].
Reverend William Freind (1714-66) as a scholar aged 13, in a carved wooden frame; he is standing in a library wearing a scholar's gown. Freind had four children, the youngest of whom John, succeeded to the estates of his maternal uncle, Richard Robinson, Bishop of Armagh, Baron Rokeby, to become Sir John Robinson.